Nesbitt Realty is a professional real estate pro-working every day in and around 22304 in the City of Alexandria. I like 4600 Duke St #508. This condominium in Alexandria Virginia looks like a good value for several reasons. However, Nesbitt Realty is not recommending you buy this property in particular. That’s because, until I know your goals there is no way for me to know if this is the right home for you.
I’d like to chat about your needs so that you can really learn if purchasing a $194,900 condo in Northern Virginia is for you. There is an almost unlimited number of variables in play.
To get what you want, you need to know what you want. For example:
- Does the hot-water heater matter to you? Do you prefer gas or electric? The most common hot-water heater at Forty-Six Hundred is natural gas.
- Is the cooling system important to you? Did you know that this place’s most common cool systems are central a/c?
- Residents at Forty-Six Hundred enjoy additional benefits from this community.
- How much can you afford? Does your budget have any room to move up or down?
- Do you need to think about resale value? Do you know what condos have sold for in Forty Six Hundred? Here’s what has Recently sold at Forty-Six Hundred.
How Big Are Similarly-Priced Condos On The Market In Alexandria?
|Tiny (1 to 600 sqft)||1 Active|
|Smaller (601 to 700 sqft)||2 Active|
|Small (701 to 1,100 sqft)||13 Active|
|Modest (1101 to 1,500 sqft)||2 Active|
Why choose to buy a condominium?
Condo life is a simplified way of living for those with active and busy lifestyles.
There are a lot of reasons that people prefer to live in condos than in houses. Some condos do cost less than a traditional single-family house while offering many of the amenities/facilities that a person may not be able to afford on his own. And there are single-family houses that cost the same as a condo, but of course, do not have the amenities that the same costing condo can offer.
A simple condo would offer its residents a pool, a gym, and a party room, but a similarly priced house would not have these benefits. Condo owners share the cost of maintenance. Exterior maintenance and even lawn care are handled by the condo association, while the expenses to provide that care is already a part of every condo unit owner’s monthly fee. There are certain condos that include the utilities included in the condo fee and other condos that share the cost of water but pay their own utilities. Basically, a condo owner can just step out of his room and enjoy a dip in the pool or a good workout at the gym, while the latter would be on the roof cleaning out gutters or frowning down on his bills and writing checks for pay all his utilities.